Augusta Harvest Festival in Historic Augusta Missouri

Date: Sep 23, 2018 | Time: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

The annual Augusta Harvest Festival in Historic Augusta, Missouri will take place Friday, September 21st through Sunday, September 23rd, and celebrate Fall with live music, contests, storytelling, pony rides, art and local wines. Saturday is Family Day and will begin with a German Pancake Breakfast plus a Harvest Parade at 10am. The Festival is FREE to attend. Some activities charge a fee and might require reservations. See website for more information, check out the Facebook page, or call 636-228-4005.

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Augusta Missouri | 636-228-4005 | Website | Facebook

Augusta, Missouri overlooks the Missouri River and was founded in 1836 by a settler that came to St. Charles County with Daniel Boone. The historic town is known for its wineries, bed and breakfasts and restaurants. The Katy Trail State Park Bike Trail has a trail head located in the town. Several annual events are hosted in the quaint historic town.

Please check the website listed on each event to get the most up-to-date information.

Directions: Located in St Charles County. Take Interstate 64 west to Highway 94, go south about 18 miles to left on Jackson Street to Augusta.


Walnut Street,
Augusta, MO